JFS offers high quality continuing education seminars on relevant and innovative topics for mental health professionals in the community. These sessions are open to the general public, but are specifically offered for the benefit of colleagues and peers who are required to received educational credit hours to stay appraised of current practices and modalities.
Cancellation Policy: Registrants may receive a full discount up to 72 hours prior to the CEU event, after which time no refunds will be issued. Once an event begins, whether a full day workshop or multi-day workshop, no refunds/credits will be issued.
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Presented by Teri Groves, LCSW Become familiar with the psychological, relational and emotional effects of infertility and its treatment. Gain knowledge of topics to be mindful of when working with this population. Attendees earn 3 General CEU’s for both LCA and LABSWE. To register, call 504-831-8475 or purchase tickets below.Find out more »
Presented by Amelia Doty, LCSW-BACS. This workshop is for new BACS applicants and will review supervision types, ethics, and documentation of supervision. The objectives are to understand different supervision styles and their approach to supervision, identify ethical decision-making model to utilize in practice and supervision and understand process and documentation requirements for successful licensing supervision. Attendees earn 6.5 CEUs. To register, call 504-831-8475 or purchase tickets below.Find out more »
Continuing Education Workshop – Accessing Primary Emotions Using Emotionally Focused Therapy Skills (Price: $70 pre-registration/$80 day of)
Presented by Michele Louviere, LMFT. Helping clients access and express primary, vulnerable emotions results in lasting changes and greater connection in relationships. Often times, clients struggle to go beyond secondary emotions, such as anger and withdrawal. In this workshop, counselors will be introduced to Emotionally Focused Therapy and learn the EFT technique "RISSSC" to help access primary emotions. Counselors will be able to focus on their own responses to secondary emotions, which can be a barrier in the therapeutic relationship…Find out more »